Prescription Antibiotics Types
Erythromycin is a representative of macrolide antibiotics, which are designed to decelerate the growth and development of bacteria and treat infections of skin, respiratory tract, syphilis and others.
Myambutol is a chemotherapeutic medicine for oral administration, which fights bacteria that belong to Mycobacterium class as well as M. Tuberculosis.
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Chloromycetin is an antibiotic that holds main function to slow down the bacteria growth via stopping them from production of important proteins, which is crucial for their life.
Ceclor is a semisynthetic medication that belongs to antibiotics group and can be taken in cases when meningitis, skin infections, UTIs, tonsillitis and others occur.
Noroxin is also available under an alternative name - Norfloxacin. It is widely used antibiotic drug that can treat UTIs, prostatitis, gonorrhea and others.
Cipro is indicated for administration in cases when the infection is resulted from susceptible isolates of particular bacteria e.g. acute cystitis, complicated urinary tract infection and others.
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Macrobid is a highly effective antibiotic medicine that acts on bacteria by inhibiting the synthesis in cell walls and killing the infection.
Zagam (also known as Sparfloxacin) is applicable for adults over 18 years old, who are diagnosed with bacterial infections, which have resulted from susceptible strains of the specific microorganisms.
Duricef is an antibiotic that is used when infections resulted from susceptible strains of bacteria occur - tonsillitis, infections of urinary tract, skin and skin structure etc.
Doxycycline is a member of antibiotics family that can be applied to treat various bacterial infections like urinary tract infection, eye infections; chlamydia, acne, gonorrhea and others.
Cefaclor is designed for treatment of Otitis Media, lower RTI (Respiratory Tract Infection), Tonsillitis, Pharyngitis, UTI and other infections developed from strains of specific bacteria that are susceptible.